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Seminole Hard Rock Voted "Employer of Choice" in gaming industry

Nearly one-third of 1,064 unique casino gaming industry executives ranked it as their top pick among brick and mortar casino companies.  Seminole Hard Rock has held the survey's top spot for five out of the past six years.

For the second year in a row, Hard Rock Online Casino was voted "Employer of Choice" among 29 iGaming and Mobile Sports Betting Organizations.

Gamesys Group Plc agrees to takeover by Bally's

Bally’s Corp. has reached an agreement in principle to buy U.K. online gaming and gambling platform Gamesys Group Plc in a deal valued at 2.02 billion pounds ($2.7 billion) in the latest move by a U.S. casino operator to expand into digital betting.

Bally’s will pay 1,850 pence per share in cash for the company, it said in a statement on Wednesday. That’s a 13% premium from Gamesys

Mohegan Gaming & Entertainment Confirms Appointment of Bobby Soper as International President

In his role, Soper will represent MGE in Asia as he oversees, coordinates and directs all aspects of MGE's efforts related to both MGE's Inspire Korea Project in South Korea and MGE's joint bid for an integrated resort license in Nagasaki, Japan with Oshidori International.

Blackstone bids US$6.2B for Crown Resorts

American investment fund Blackstone has made a bid to acquire Australian gaming operator Crown Resorts, the gaming company revealed in a recent announcement.

According to Crown, Blackstone made ‘an unsolicited, non-binding and indicative proposal’ to purchase all of Crown’s shares at an indicative price of A$11.85 cash per share, a premium 19 per cent higher than the volume-weighted average price of the company’s shares since the release of its latest financial report.

The proposal would value Crown at some A$8.02 billion (US$6.2 billion).